I.d

Organizing pneumonia pattern (an area or areas of consolidation on imaging)

(Fr: Pneumopathie organisée (BOOP). See also under If and XVc. Exclusion of an infection is crucial, Typically, wandering areas of consolidation on imaging. Note of CAUTION: several recent publications described OP cases without lung pathology being documented. Basically, imaging is not reliable enough to confidently diagnose OP and such reports should be viewed with some caution and reservation (PMID 27565934, 28481788) (BOOP sine pathology. Organizing pneumonia is a clinical and a pathologic syndrome that may develop idiopathically or in association with an infection or hematologic, CTD or bowel disease unexposed to therapy drugs (PMID 16704928). Regardless of etiology, OP manifests with cough, fever, dyspnea and areas of parenchymal consolidation which may fluctuate or wander on serial imaging, multiple nodules, a mass or masses. Short of withdrawing the causal drug, serial relpases may occur even with continued corticosteroid therapy. Mild OP cases may not require steroid therapy. Suggestive OP features: 1) Migratory pulmonary opacities on sequential imaging, 2) Confirmatory pathology (not required in every case), 3) Lack of prominent BAL or tissue eosinophilia 4) Exposure to a compatible drug 5) Abatement of all signs and symptoms following drug discontinuance without corticosteroid therapy 6) Absence of relapse over at least one year follow-up. OP cases diagnosed on imaging only are considered low evidence (e.g. PMID 21761513). Only pathologically OP cases are included here and under OP in XV 'Pathology' . See also under 'Relapsing pneumonitis'.

Last update : 01/01/1970
 

Causative drugs

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Talc (inhaled, sniffed, i.v., intrapleural)

I.d I - Interstitial/parenchymal lung disease
I.d - Organizing pneumonia pattern (an area or areas of consolidation on imaging)
I.t I - Interstitial/parenchymal lung disease
I.t - Pneumoconiosis (silicosis, talcosis...)
II.b II - Pulmonary edema - Acute lung injury - ARDS
II.b - ARDS - Acute lung injury
II.f II - Pulmonary edema - Acute lung injury - ARDS
II.f - Hypoxemia, low saturation (may occur in isolation)
IV.c IV - Airway involvement
IV.c - Obliterative bronchiolitis (a pattern consistent with) (see also IVn, XVx)
IV.i IV - Airway involvement
IV.i - Foreign body aspiration bronchiolitis
IV.m IV - Airway involvement
IV.m - Bronchial stenosis/stricture
V.c V - Pleural and/or pericardial involvement
V.c - Pleural thickening
V.r V - Pleural and/or pericardial involvement
V.r - Pleural mass or masses
VI.b VI - Pulmonary vasculopathies
VI.b - Pulmonary arterial hypertension
VI.g VI - Pulmonary vasculopathies
VI.g - Foreign body vasculopathy (Excipient lung disease)
VII.f VII - Mediastinal involvement
VII.f - An enlarged or dense thymus
VII.n VII - Mediastinal involvement
VII.n - Mediastinal talcoma
X.f X - Systemic/Distant conditions, syndromes and reactions
X.f - Anaphylaxis - Anaphylactoid reaction
XI.b XI - Miscellaneous
XI.b - Chest pain (acute or subacute), lone or prominent
XI.u XI - Miscellaneous
XI.u - Chest pressure/discomfort
XV.e XV - Pathology
XV.e - Path: ILD with a granulomatous component (see also Im)
XV.q XV - Pathology
XV.q - Path: Foreign body deposits/granulomatous reaction
XV.s XV - Pathology
XV.s - Path: Pneumoconiosis (silicosis, talcosis, talcoma)
XV.ag XV - Pathology
XV.ag - Path: Foreign body embolism, microangiopathy, vasculopathy
XVI.w XVI - Imaging
XVI.w - Imaging: Lung nodule or nodules
XVI.ae XVI - Imaging
XVI.ae - Imaging: A pattern similar to pneumoconiotic progressive massive fibrosis (PMF)
XVI.bm XVI - Imaging
XVI.bm - Imaging: Avid pleural uptake on PET-scan
XVIII.i XVIII - Distinctive patterns - 'Eye-catchers'
XVIII.i - Eye-catcher: Tracer-avid pleural area or areas on PET-CT
XIX.k XIX - Cytological, biochemical features of/in BAL, pleural fluid or FNA
XIX.k - BAL: Talc crystals in macrophages or lying free in BALF
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Trastuzumab

I.a I - Interstitial/parenchymal lung disease
I.a - Pneumonitis (ILD), acute, severe (may occasion an ARDS picture)
I.b I - Interstitial/parenchymal lung disease
I.b - Pneumonitis (ILD)
I.c I - Interstitial/parenchymal lung disease
I.c - Eosinophilic pneumonia (pulmonary infiltrates and eosinophilia)
I.d I - Interstitial/parenchymal lung disease
I.d - Organizing pneumonia pattern (an area or areas of consolidation on imaging)
IV.a IV - Airway involvement
IV.a - Bronchospasm - Wheezing - Asthma
IX.ab IX - Neuromuscular / CNS involvement - Disordered breathing during sleep
IX.ab - Guillain-Barré (or GB-like) syndrome (w/wo ARF)
X.c X - Systemic/Distant conditions, syndromes and reactions
X.c - Capillary leak syndrome (CLS)
X.f X - Systemic/Distant conditions, syndromes and reactions
X.f - Anaphylaxis - Anaphylactoid reaction
X.g X - Systemic/Distant conditions, syndromes and reactions
X.g - Hypersensitivity reactions (may involve skin, throat and/or airways)
X.ae X - Systemic/Distant conditions, syndromes and reactions
X.ae - Antisynthetase antibodies (ASA) - ASA syndrome
XII.a XII - Cardiovascular involvement / toxicity
XII.a - Left ventricular dysfunction/failure
XII.f XII - Cardiovascular involvement / toxicity
XII.f - Cardiomyopathy (acute, subacute, chronic)
XII.l XII - Cardiovascular involvement / toxicity
XII.l - Cardiac arrhythmias or dysrhythmias (AF, VT, VF, TdP)
XII.p XII - Cardiovascular involvement / toxicity
XII.p - QT prolongation
XII.ai XII - Cardiovascular involvement / toxicity
XII.ai - Cardiotoxicity
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